MIAMI - The counsel general of Haiti in Miami told Local 10 News on Friday that he is shocked and outraged about President Donald Trump's alleged controversial remark about Haiti. Pascale Marra said the remark goes against a long history -- more than 200 years of friendship and cooperation between the U.S. and Haiti, which share the same democratic values.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - As U2 rocked to a sold out crowd at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, a fan noticed a man who had wires hanging out of his clothing. The wires appeared to be linked to another person's clothing. Fearing that it could be a suicide bomb, the fan sent a text message to authorities. Miami-Dade police officers rushed to find the two people and pulled them away from the crowd. Officers found they had an elaborate audio taping system hidden under their clothing.
MIAMI - Lt. Robert Webster, a 17 year veteran of the Miami Department of Fire-Rescue, said it's an honor for him to serve in the neighborhood where he grew up. Webster said he had been working hard during Hurricane Irma when his colleagues left a white noose and vandalized the family photos on his desk with sexually explicit symbols. There had been "little things" done before to demean him, he said, so he knew this wasn't a bad joke.
Prosecutor is reading a gut-wrenching letter to the court from Javi Perez’s wife: “ ... she condemned my husband to living a life without his legs...my kids innocence is gone..any sentence she gets is far less than the sentence she imposed on my family...”
@WPLGLocal10 2/ She’s agreeing to 5 yrs in prison, 3 yrs probation, a substance abuse program and community service. Judge calls Aguilera “intelligent and alert” - not like the last plea hearing called off when she tested positive for marijuana
Looks like “tortured plea negotiations” - including failed drug test - will finally end today for accused drunk driver Marilyn Aguilera, who crashed into South Dade HS principal Javier Perez. He’s progressing, now a paraplegic... Prison time ahead for her...
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